What are the political forces which drive the process of change in
the health service? How do these forces impact on existing
structures of power, policy and organisation? In addressing these
questions, Brian Salter applies an original theory of political
change to key areas of NHS activity. He shows how the escalating
demand for health care combined with recent radical policy
initiatives has posed different problems for politicians, doctors,
bureaucrats and managers. Out of the accommodations reached, a new
shape has emerged for the NHS.
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